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Brewery Behavior: Oh Sh*t Treats

The first year in Oregon has been a whirlwind, but one of the biggest bonuses of living out here is bringing Carter to the local tap house. What I have realized is the more I bring Carter to the tap house, the more I can realize his issues, and the more I can target behaviors that I need to work on. That is why I am bringing back ‘Brewery Behavior,’ not only with something I think Carter can improve on, but…

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Spring Cleaning: Tips for Bathing Your Dog

Spring has sprung, and it’s that time of the year where you tend to spring clean everything in site, including the dog. I mean, who does love bringing a clean pup to strut their stuff at the brewery! To prepare yourself for that spring bath, we are giving you some of our best tips for bathing your pooch! (Also, it’s that time of year when Carter just blew his undercoat, so a bath is in order!) I’ll admit, you won’t…

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Brewery Behavior: Listen to Your Dog

This week in Brewery Behavior we are looking at something simple, and that is listening to and not getting frustrated with them, no matter the situation. Listen to you dog. If you dog is easily getting frustrated and rambunctious, its best to remove them from the situation. Remember brining your dog to the brewery should be an enjoyable experience for them. Don’t get frustrated with your dog. Remember this situation is new, so don’t take any frustration out on your dog.…

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Brewery Behavior: Up to Date

As Brewery Behavior continues, this post will be a closer look at the health of your four legged friend. Today is a look at vaccinations, dogs should typically be current on their vaccinations in order to maintain good health. There are three shots that are mainly the focus and that most vets will administer on a regular basis. Rabies: which comes in the form of either 1-year expiration or a 3-year, protects your dog against Rabies which is a disease…

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Brewery Behavior: Exercise

Whenever I head to the brewery with my pup, I am always being asked how is my pup so calm while he’s there. People always tell me that their dog wouldn’t never be this calm at the brewery. However, I am here to tell you the secret to my success when keeping my pup calm at the brewery, I exercise him before we head out. That’s right, I make sure my dog is pretty tired by the time we arrive…

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Brewery Behavior: Leash It!

Sometimes in Brewery Behavior we like to take a look at equipment that can your trip to the brewery a little easier, and a little more successful. This week we are stating what we think it obvious, but we also see it time and time again when it comes to contacting breweries about their dog policy. This week we are simply looking at leashing your dog when you are at the brewery. It sounds simple, but it’s not always something…

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Brewery Behavior: Human Interaction

This week in Brewery Behavior we are going to take a look human interaction, and you pup interacting with other people at the brewery. I think it’s important to point out and remember that regardless of how much you love your pooch, not everyone at the brewery wants to meet your pup. On an average trip to the brewery, people are constantly coming up to my pup in order to meet him, and while both him and I love that.…

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Brewery Behavior: Learn to Read Dog

When you bring your dog to a brewery, it’s important to keep an eye on your pup to make sure they are enjoying the experience. That’s why in this weeks brewery behavior, we are teaching you how to Read Dog, that way you know exactly how your pup is feeling in any situation. It’s important to remember that dogs don’t speak English, therefore they use their body language in order to communicate with you. Reading the signals that your dog…

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Brewery Behavior: Give Your Dog Some TLC

Dogs really do need some TLC, but this isn’t the typical TLC were talking about. We are talking, Tag, License, Chip, three things you need to keep your dog protected and keep your dog safe in the event of an emergency. According to Home Again 1 in 3 pets will go missing in their lifetime, are you doing everything you can to make sure your dog will return home safe? With frequent trips to the brewery, you need to be…

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Brewery Behavior: Harness Your Dogs Energy

It’s time for another week of Brewery Behavior, this week we are going to take a look at some of the tools that can help you enjoy a stress-free trip to the brewery.  The most challenging part of having a 70-pound dog is he loves to pull when we head to the brewery, whether it’s excitement to get inside or his need to greet everyone that walks in, Carter can be a bit of a handful.  Whether your dog is…

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